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Number Of Buildings Destroyed In California Wildfires Grows To Nearly 7,000   Death toll in California wildfires rises to 42   Lighter winds help crews gain on California wildfires   Firefighters tackle California wildfires with aircraft   California wildfires: More than 10,000 firefighters are still tackling blazes  
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Idaho inmate fighting California wildfires back in custody

BOISE, Idaho (AP) — An Idaho inmate who went missing for three hours Friday after authorities say he walked away from an inmate fire crew battling a California wildfire is back in custody. The Idaho..
Seattle Times

Dozens of pot farms burn down in California wildfires

California wildfires have destroyed dozens of cannabis farms just weeks before the state's legal recreational marijuana market goes live.

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News video: Finally, rain in Northern California helps with deadly fires

Finally, rain in Northern California helps with deadly fires 00:54

On Oct. 19, light rain began to fall in Northern California, giving some respite to the firefighters battling the wildfires plaguing the region. The fires have killed at least 42 people and caused..
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News video: After the fire, heroes become homeless

After the fire, heroes become homeless 05:22

When the wildfires approached Santa Rosa, Calif., the Robles family saved four elderly residents from the assisted living facility where they lived and worked. The Robleses, who have a particularly..
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News video: Guy Fieri Is Cooking 5,000 Meals A Day For Wildfire Victims

Guy Fieri Is Cooking 5,000 Meals A Day For Wildfire Victims 01:30

In the wake of a series of wildfires that swept through northern California earlier this week, Guy Fieri dropped everything to help his hometown.
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News video: Reports of Flames Near California Wildfire Were Ignored Days Before It Started, Retired Deputy Says

Reports of Flames Near California Wildfire Were Ignored Days Before It Started, Retired Deputy Says 01:55

Audio recordings released Thursday indicate that fire crews did not respond to a small blaze near the Canyon Fire 2 burn area the day before the brush fire erupted in Anaheim Hills, prompting..
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News video: Rain Brings Breath Of Fresh Air To Areas Hit Hard By California Wildfires

Rain Brings Breath Of Fresh Air To Areas Hit Hard By California Wildfires 02:42

Rain is offering relief to people hit hardest in the Northern California wildfires.
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California wildfires have destroyed over 8,400 buildings, officials say

Some Northern California residents who fled their houses nearly two weeks ago as wildfires threatened started returning home Friday to see what's still standing. Authorities have raised the number of..

Electric and Gas Service Restored to Essentially All Customers in Wildfire Zones; PG&E’s Focus Turns to Permanent Repairs and Community Support

electric and gas service restored to essentially all customers in wildfire zones; pg&e’s focus turns to permanent repairs and community support
SAN FRANCISCO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--After more than 10 days of round-the-clock restoration work in the aftermath of the devastating Northern California wildfires, Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E)..
Business Wire

The Latest: 8,400 buildings destroyed in California fires

The number of buildings destroyed by this month's California's wildfires has been boosted again, to 8,400 from 7,700
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Neighborhoods hit hard by California wildfires to re-open

SANTA ROSA, Calif. (AP) — Three neighborhoods hit hard by wildfires in Northern California will re-open Friday to anxious evacuees who haven’t been back to their homes in nearly two weeks. Santa..
Seattle Times

Losses from Calif. wildfires top $1B

Losses from the California wildfires exceed $1 billion, the state insurance commissioner said Friday.

Sudden oak death likely exacerbated deadly Northern California wildfires

A dramatic increase this year in the number of oaks, manzanita and native plants infected by the tree-killing disease known as sudden oak death likely helped spread the massive fires that raged through..

California wildfires spark $1B in damages, destroy 7,000 buildings

The wildfires that have devastated California this month caused at least $1 billion in damage to insured property, officials said Thursday, as authorities raised the number of homes and other buildings..

Number Of Buildings Destroyed In California Wildfires Grows To Nearly 7,000

number of buildings destroyed in california wildfires grows to nearly 7,000
California officials have raised the number of homes and structures destroyed in this month's wildfires to nearly 7,000 and said Thursday that the number will likely climb as crews continue assessing..

California Dept of Insurance estimates wildfires losses at $1.05 billion

(Reuters) - California Department of Insurance on Thursday said preliminary insurance data estimated the California wildfires losses at $1.05 billion, adding that the numbers are expected to rise.

California Wildfires Leave Seasonal Agricultural Workers Without Jobs, Income

The devastating wildfires in Northern California and killed scores of people and left thousands homeless. They've also left many seasonal agricultural workers without jobs.

News24.com | Older couples die together or cling to each other in fires

The vast majority of those who died in the California wildfires were in their 70s and 80s - including several couples who died together.

The Latest: At least 27 of 42 fire victims older than 70

The Latest on how most of the at least 42 people who died in Northern California wildfires were senior citizens, (all times local): 12:15 p.m.

California fires spare iconic 'Peanuts' skating rink

Peanuts fans, THAT ice rink survived. The skating rink that was surely inspiration for a thousand comic strip ideas, everything from Charlie Brown wiping out on the ice to Snoopy's epic bird bath..

Northern California wildfires mean thousands of families will flood the region's already strained housing market

L.A. Times

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